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ARRL Audio News
April 29, 2016

This week: "Discover the HF Experience" at Hamvention's ARRL EXPO; ARRL & ARISS Representatives Attend 2016 USA Science and Engineering Festival in DC; Young Ham Wins First-Place Science Fair Trophy with Mag Loop Antenna Entry

April 22, 2016

In this week's report: The new ARRL CEO reports to work; the results of the US Amateur Radio Direction Finding championships are now in the record books; ham celebrate International Marconi Day; amateurs earn praise for participation in a Washington National Guard exercise; hams in Ecuador assist with communications after a devastating earthquake; National Parks on The Air activity soars.

ARRL Audio News - April 15, 20

This week: ARRL Youth Rally Will Be a Highlight of ARRL's Hamvention 2016 Activities; The ARRL VHF Contest Revitalization Committee Calls for Comments on a new Proposed UHF and Up Event; Countdown to Jamboree on the Air Under Way

April 8, 2016

This week: ARRL MF Experiment Coordinator Sees Ongoing Research Role After Hams Gain 472-479 kHz; A New "ARRL The Doctor is In" Audio Podcast Episode is Now Available; Hurricane Watch Net Seeks Net Control Operators



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